Towards Estimating the Effects of Content on Sponsored Search Quality


Towards Estimating the Effects of Content on Sponsored Search Quality – In order to address the problem of censorship (in which a website is being used by advertisers to promote the product of its product) the need to be able to easily provide an accurate user feedback to advertisers can be alleviated by making use of their own knowledge. In particular, in the case of social sites, we aim at providing users with an effective means to learn the user feedback, and can be of use in providing recommendations for them. As we will show, this may improve the quality of user feedback by means of automated tools.

We propose a variational approach to image denoising, based on a network which is trained on the generated images to predict the expected color. Our strategy addresses the problem of image denoising by constructing a model that learns to represent images as complex convex functions whose underlying properties can be modeled by Gaussian processes. We show that the learned model can be incorporated into models learned over a common generative adversarial network, and then trained to denoise the generated images for a given image or a given category. Extensive experiments on three benchmark datasets have demonstrated that the proposed method improves over baselines and is robust to adversarial noise.

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Towards Estimating the Effects of Content on Sponsored Search Quality

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    Fast Color Image Filtering Using a Generative Adversarial NetworkWe propose a variational approach to image denoising, based on a network which is trained on the generated images to predict the expected color. Our strategy addresses the problem of image denoising by constructing a model that learns to represent images as complex convex functions whose underlying properties can be modeled by Gaussian processes. We show that the learned model can be incorporated into models learned over a common generative adversarial network, and then trained to denoise the generated images for a given image or a given category. Extensive experiments on three benchmark datasets have demonstrated that the proposed method improves over baselines and is robust to adversarial noise.


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